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Created after years of research into traditionally used plant allies worked with and respected for thousands of years to enhance intuition, awareness & lucid dreaming while provoking deep meditation and third eye function.
Blue Lotus flower, sweet gale leaf, mugwort, Indian sarsaparilla, muna, wild lettuce, wild asparagus root, wormwood, lavender flower, chamomile, holy basil, life everlasting flower, linden leaf & flower, California poppy flower, clary sage & burdock root are used to bring a calm mood and a subtle uplifting sense of joy. Noted for their calming euphoria, aphrodisiac qualities, creating a sense of peaceful relaxation and sedation.
Also know as “Plants of the Gods”, these heavenly spirit herbs are also known as “The Flying Herbs”. It’s believed that these plants help one fly through the universe at night, achieving magnificent dreams. The wisdom schools of ancient China placed much value on dream work, namely lucid dreaming. In Chinese folk medicine, it is believed that these herbs have a direct and positive effect on the heart energy, dissolving the dualities that come with our physical incarnation – black and white, left and right, inside and out. This allows our consciousness to blossom into infinite space while we sleep.
Very common throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia, these have a rich history of use, both as medicinal and esoteric plant allies. In the middle ages, some of these were known as Cingulum Sancti Johannis, because Saint John the Baptist famously wore a belt of it whenever he traveled through the woods. Referenced often in Celtic and Norse mythology as magical plants that can ward off evil, and was hung in doorways and burnt as incense to clear stagnant air and prevent illness. Often smoked in Indigenous and other Shamanic ceremonies, these are hailed by various tribes internationally for their power to ward off evil, bad spirits, and disease. Known for their dream-enhancing effects, many report that these magnify the brilliance of color and overall duration of their mid-slumber journeys.
This herbal blend has a relaxing effect on body and mind, without causing fogginess or drowsiness. Infuse & drink as a tea, burn over charcoal or in a fire as loose incense, add to bath water, add a pinch into a pillowcase, add to other smokables or smoke on it’s own prior to meditation, sleep, or deep soul work, Shamanic ceremony/journeying and ritual.
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